Activities & Clubs

Some of these activities are clubs that meet outside of school hours and some are classes that you must sign up for during registration. If you are interested in anything, you are welcome to email the sponsor/teacher listed.
Sponsor: Ms. Weller
Meets: 2nd & 4th Wednesdays after school at 3:30 in the library
[email protected]

The CSH Book Club is a place for students and teachers to meet and discuss books. This will be an informal time for all of us to enjoy books, share our thoughts, and enjoy sweet treats!
Book Club Information
Remind (text @chattyread to 81010) to learn more!
Classroom Code: 5hz43zn  Link to join classroom

Sponsor: Ms. Garcia
Meets: Mondays in A212
[email protected]

A club for anyone interested in model rockets. In groups, we'll design and launch our own rockets and compete with other groups. A great place to learn rocketry, meet new people and have fun!

Sponsors: Ms. Gunkel and Ms. Ducharme
Meets: Second and fourth Fridays to 3:30 - 4:40
[email protected]
[email protected]

We're Chatfield's first Asian Student Association. We're all about learning and spreading Asian American culture and history as well as making friends. You do not have to be Asian to join, we want to include anyone who is interested in Asian culture and history.

CHATFIELD BAGS (Bagging & Giving Supplies) CLUB
Sponsor: Ms. Asiala
Meets: Spring semester only
Meeting and event dates posted on the club calendar
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The Chatfield BAGS Club started in 2020 distributing care packages at various locations for low-income or homeless individuals. Since then, our tradition has stayed strong within the Charger community and student body. We primarily focus on giving out supplies to individuals experiencing homelessness but also have the opportunity to volunteer for local organizations, fundraise, and more. Chatfield BAGS Club is student-led and provides numerous opportunities to receive service hours, leadership credit, and help our fellow community members. If you are inerested in joining, please visit our website or stop by Ms. Asiala's room (D205).
Chatfield BAGS Club Website

Teacher: Mr. Kyle
Meets: during class period
[email protected]

Our student government enhances our school's reputation by being visible and active in leadership. Their main goal is to develop school pride and positive communication among the students, faculty, and community. We strive for excellence through leadership. Elections are held each spring.

Sponsor: Ms. Cable
Meets: Tuesday 3:40 pm in A202
[email protected]
[email protected]

A place where you can find friends to regularly ski/snowboard with and possibly learn some new tricks in the process.

Coach: Kristy Woodyard
Meets: Mondays and Thursdays 4:30 - 6:30pm
[email protected]

The Cheerleading Squad is composed of young women that have gone through a tryout in the spring and fall. They serve as a support group for athletic and special events at school. Their routines are performed primarily during halftime shows. More information at the Cheerleading website.


Sponsors: Ms. Weller

Meets: Thursdays at 8:15 am - 8:45 am in the library

[email protected]

A great place to learn and play chess at any level as well as meet new people, and have fun!

Teacher: Mr. Jackson
Meets: email teacher
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Choir Council is a student leadership organization for students who share a passion for vocal music. Their purpose is to lead, organize, and execute choir events while seeking input from current choir classes. This organization sets monthly meeting dates. Elections are held in the Spring and Fall. See Mr. Jackson for more information to get involved with vocal music!

CHOP (CHatfield Outread Program)
Sponsor: Nkin Suwannakorn
Meets: email sponsor for dates/times
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This is an organization that all students are welcome to join. They work to create an understanding an appreciation for diversity in our community by partnering with diverse Jeffco Elementary schools and serving as big buddies. There are four major events: the school visit to Lumberg elementary, decorating and putting on the CHOP event (Chatfield Holiday Outreacy Party, and a trip the the Art Museum with the little buddies.

Sponsor: Ms. Hanson
Meets: Mondays from 3:30 - 4:20 in C114
[email protected]

Clay Club is an art club for all students at Chatfield who love to work with clay, or have always watned to and haven't had a chance to!


Sponsor: Ms. Weller

Meets: Will start the end of October or early November
Wednesdays during Advisement in the library

[email protected]

Coding club is a fun, engaging club where you get to make friends, learn how to code, and compete in coding competitions.

Teacher: Mr. Berard
Meets: email teacher
[email protected]

Color Guard is a visual effect for the Marching Band. Auditions and recruiting in the fall for Winter Guard and in the spring for the upcoming fall marching season. The ensemble performs with the band at all competitions and games. Dance, flag work, and vaious use of props are all important parts of this group.

Sponsors: Jason Pratt
Meets: Thursdays 7:30AM to 8:45AM on the Titanic
[email protected]

Co-op borad games are about working together to win against the game and possibly some betrayal. The club is open to anyone that wants to play co-op board games. Or to anyone that has been curious about trying out that game played on Stranger Things. The games I'm hoping to play are games like Dread (Jenga based roleplaying game), Mysterium, Betrayal at House on the Hill, and many more. Hope to see you there.

Sponsors: Mr. Koontz
Meets: Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 in A210
[email protected]

The Chatfield Crochet Club is perfect for anyone interested in crochet. We welcome members of all experience levels to the club, where we'll have fun and relax while crocheting!

Sponsors: Ms. Chanel Chavez & Ms. Adrian Greenholz
Meets: email a sponsor
[email protected]
[email protected]

This club allows students who are interested in business and marketing to compete with other students at the district, state, and national levels in several different career interest categories. Students will have the opportunity to travel to conferences and to network for future careers. 

Follow us on Instagram (@chatfield_deca_fbla). 
Remind (text @cshdeca to 81010) to learn more!

Membership forms and dues are due to Ms. Greenholz or Ms. Chavez by September 29th. Membership forms can be found in the DECA/FBLA classroom (join code: p6zkipp).

Sponsor: Mr. Morroni
Meets: Varies (see website for more details
[email protected]

eSports takes video gaming to another level with organized competitive gameplay between two teams, governed by its own strict set of rules and guidelines. It demands critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and creativity in order for students to succeed. 
Registration information and more can be found on the team website.

Sponsors: Ms. Chavez & Ms. Greenholz
Meets: email sponsor
[email protected]
[email protected]

Future Business Leaders of America is a national business club that develops leadership, fosters competition, participates within the community, and promotes social activities. Allows students to compete with other students, at the district, state, and national levels. Students will  have the opportunity to travel to business conferences.

Follow us on Instagram (@chatfield)deca)fbla).
Remind (text @cshfbla to 81010) to learn more!

Membership forms and dues are due to Ms. Greenholz or Ms. Chavez by October 13th. Membership forms can be found in the DECA/FBLA classroom (join code: p6zkipp).

Sponsor: Ms. Allen & Ms. Rounsborg
Meets: Advisement Room E105
[email protected]
[email protected]

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences. FCCLA members develop leadership skills and explore career pathways through participation in competitive events, community service, and leadership conferences. The real-world skills they develop help our membrs become college and career ready. Our focus is on community service events such as: Trick or Treat Street, CHOP, Unified Prom, Wish Week, and Relay for Life. Find out more information at the national website

Sponsor: Frau Hendrickson
Meets: See teacher in A130
[email protected]

German Club is a place for students to come together to learn about, share enthusiasm of, and experience the German language and culture! We plan events that are relevant to modern and historical Germany, from enjoying a special German dinner together to watching a German film. You don't have to actively be enrolled in German courses at Chatfield to join, but it helps.

Sponsor: Ms. Bazz
Meets: Thursday after school in A118
[email protected]

Green Club is a group of students trying to bring about a positive change in the local and global environment. We do this through volunteering in our community, planning community tree planting days, reducing our waste as a school, and recycling anything we can! Anyone interested in leaving a positive change in the community is welcome or someone looking to educate themselves about the effects of our day to day lives.

GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance)
Sponsors: Mr. McLaghlin & Mr. Kyle
Meets: The last Tuesday of every month @ 3:30pm in A135
[email protected]

Our club exists for the purpose of creating a safer school environment for LGBTQ+ people. We strive to protect students who identify as LGBTQ+ and their straight allies from harassment, abuse, and mistreatment. Aside from working diligently to imporve the school environment, the GSA also puts emphasis on changing the community in our ultimate goal of ending intolerance. We will create an environment in which it is safe for people to express themselves, their individuality and/or their sexuality without consequence or judgement.
Follow us on Insta: @gsa_csh

Sponsor: Ms. Greenholz
Meets: See Ms. Greenholz in C214
[email protected]

The Hacky Sack Club provides students with a unique opportunity to engage in a fun and physically active recreational activity. Hacky sack promotes teamwork, coordination, and friendly competition. Additionally, it offers a casual and inclusive environment where students from different grades and backgrounds can come together to enjoy a shared interest.

Sponsor: Mr. Daniels
Meets: 2nd & 4th Wednesday @ 3:30 in the library
[email protected]

Standing for "Kiwanis Education Youth," this group is a service-oriented club with many activities and opportunities for volunteer work. There are many social events with lots of opportunities to make new friends with other KEY clubs throughout the district. It is possible to letter through KEY Club participation.

Sponsor: Ms. Darfler & Ms. Keene
Meets: 1st Thursday of each month 3:30 - 4:30 in B106
[email protected]
[email protected]

Inclusion Leadership is a student-run club that explores, creates, and provides opportunities for high school students to foster, develop, and maintain relationships with students who have significant support needs. These relationships are built through sports, crafts, dances, games, and activities. Inclusion Leadership's goal is to create an inclusive school climate for students and a community culture of acceptance.

Sponsor: Ms. Weber
Meets: email sponsor for dates/times
[email protected]

Students in Mock Trial Club will act out a civil or criminal trial by arguing for either the prosecution or defense side against another team, which acts as the opposing side. The Mock Trial Team(s) are composed of 6-12 students who perform a case for the Prosecution/Plantiff and/or the Defense. Students practice their case and then compete against other schools in a district competition. In most cases, an actual Colorado judge or magistrate presides over the trial round while attorneys, paralegals, and community members adjudicate the student performances. For students passionate about the law, public speaking, or problem-solving, Mock Trial can be an extremely fulfilling extracurricular activity to pursue.

Sponsors: Mr. Goldin & Ms. Ducharme
Meets: email a sponsor
[email protected]
[email protected]

The Chatfield Mountain Bike Team participates in the Colorado High School Cycling League and is an associate of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). We practice at least twice a week and there area total of five race competitions in the Fall. The League is an exceptional way for high school students to explore the sport. Often League racers participate in collegiate cycling and national and international competition. Several NICA alumni athletes are now racing on professional teams, employed in the cycling industry, and becoming community leaders.

Sponsor: Ms. Garcia & Ms. Liss
Meets: 1st Wed of each month @ 3:25 in A227
[email protected]
[email protected]

NHS is an honorary service organization for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Membership is offered to academically qualified students who meet leadership, character and service requirements. Academic requirements are based upon different cumulative grade point averages for each class. We participate in peer tutoring, host blood drives, and every school sponsored community activity. Please go to the National Honor Society website to get application information and deadlines - the window opens at the end of February & applications are dur before spring break in March.
National Honor Society Website

Sponsor: Ms. Aragon
Meets: Tuesdays @ 3:30 in C108
[email protected]

National Art Honor Society is a program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The program supports members in their efforts to attain the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. There are volunteer opportunities for students who are interested in lettering and/or graduating with honor cords.
NAHS also doubles as our school Art Club and we encourage anyone who is interested in art to come and join us! Chatfield Art Club Website
Text @cshsart21 to the number 81010 to join our remind and get texts about our club.

Sponsor: Ms. Bazz
Meets: email teacher
[email protected]

Notes for Hope is a club which works with Casa de Paz, an organization which helps asylum seekers. Students write letters monthly to a pen pal who is currently seeking asylum. These people are often in hopeless, desperate situations and a simple letter can make a huge difference in his/her life. Skills in Spanish, French, or other foreign languages are useful but certainly not required as many asylum seekers speak English.

Teacher: Ms. Gunkel
Meets: Class time
[email protected]

Online Media is a class, so you must sign up during registration to participate. These students help bring the announcements (Charger News) and activities to the school in various forms. 
Chatty Matters Newspaper

Sponsor: See your counselor
Meets: email sponsor of Mr. Falk
[email protected]

This is an opportunity for Juniors and Seniors who enjoy working with the sixth grade students and teachers at the Outdoor Lab School. This provides excellent opportunities to develop and practice leadership, teaching, and organizational skills as well as earn a half a credit or community service hours. See your counselor for more information.

Coaches: Ms. Hanneman & Ms. Lillo
Meets: email sponsor
[email protected]
Chatfield Poms website

The Pom Pom Squad is composed of young women that have gone through a tryout in the spring and fall. They serve as a support group for athletic and special events at school. Their dance routines are performed primarily during halftimes.

Sponsors: Ms. Garcia & Ms. Rodriguez
Meets: Fridays in E202
[email protected]
[email protected]

An organization for students interested in Robotics, Computer Programming, 3-D Printing, and other cool stuff!
Chatfield Robotics Club website

Sponsors: Mr. White & Ms. McNaughton
Meets: email a sponsor
[email protected]
[email protected]

This organization was created to recognize Chatfield students who excel and are passionate in the social studies, including history, geography, sociology, and other fields. We operate community service projects, discuss history, support Chatfield events, and unite our school with a love for social studies. 

Sponsors: Ms. Levering & Ms. Henningson
Meets: email sponsor
[email protected]
[email protected]

Spanish National Honor Society (Spanish: Socidad Honoraria Hisp√°nica) is an academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies. Its motto is, "¬°Todos a una!" ("All Together for One Goal").

Sponsor: Mr. Brich
Meets: email sponsor
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This is an organization of students who are interested in competitive forms of public speaking and performance. It includes debate, oratory, public speaking, interpretations of literature, and student congress. Besides attending weekend competitions, they plan fun social events. Students from all grade levels may participate.

Sponsor: Jen Lietzau
Meets: email sponsor
[email protected]

Our purpose is to empower CSH students from diverse backgrounds to be voices for positive change in our school. It is a forum for students to collaborate with the Superintendent and other school, district and community leaders to create a sustainable movement for social justice in our school through compassionate leadership. Our district-wide SV gatherings take place four times per year where 5-10 Ambassadors from every Jeffco high school gather to learn and build together.

Sponsor: Ms. Newman
Meets: email sponsor
[email protected]

We have two ways to get involved with after school theatre: International Thespian Troupe 4126 and our performances. Our Troupe meets the last Thursday of every month to work on community involvement, to plan our competitions, and participate in other Chatfield events. There is an annual induction ceremony in May for all new Troupe members and Theatre letter recipients. We have three performances each year. There is a fall play in October, a musical in March, and a Unified play in May. Go to the website for details on how to get involved with our Troupe and our performances!

Sponsors: Ms. Garcia and Ms. Liss
Meets:1st and 3rd Thursday of each month before school from 8:05 - 8:50 am in A227 or A220
[email protected]
[email protected]

Women in STEM is a fun, interactive club to encourage students at Chatfield who are interested in the STEM field to pursue their passion. The club will consist of passion projects, fun challenges, guest speakers, and short lessons.

Sponsors: Mr. White
Meets: 2nd & 4th Wednesdays after school in E211
[email protected]

Interactive club where members will experience new cultures by learning about a country and enjoying a taste of their cuisine.
Teacher: Ms. Grizzle
Meets: during class
[email protected]

Yearbook is a class, so you must sign up during registration to participate. These students help bring the yearbook to life! Help us make great memories.
Yearbook website

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